Last night, 15th August 2013, as night crept upon me, I looked out of my window into a near cloudless sky and noticed the moon in the southern sky. It was only half full.
The photograph I took above has not been enhanced or changed, yet half of the moon is invisible, it does not exist. The clear blue sky is visible all around the moon.
When we see something, and we process that information, what we see is what we believe, it is the truth.
It is only half a moon.
There is an object, it is sitting in a clear blue sky. We can see the half moon, greyish in colour, it is there.
But, logically because we have all seen a full moon, we know that the moon is round, but it cannot be, as, where is the missing half of the moon?
Yes it is all to do with the earth’s atmosphere absorbing the darker rays of light being emitted from the moon, where-as, the sun’s illuminated side, the rays of light have passed through the atmosphere.
Just because we cannot see something does not mean it is not there or that it does not exist.
How many times do we as humans take things on face value?
How many times do we as humans believe what we have been told or shown, not realising that the person, educator, organisation, newspaper, broadcaster, has eliminate, deleted, missed out information, misinforming us?
Do not believe your eyes, ears, feelings, smell or taste. VAKog modalities in NLP
There is more out there than meets the eye.